Fr. Ted Said…Golden Is Thy Fame – Celebrating 50 Years of Undergraduate Women at the University of Notre Dame: Carolyn Short ’77, ’80(Law)

Celebrate the invaluable contributions of our women students and graduates, both at Notre Dame and beyond, in their communities, our nation, the Church and the world.  Listen to stories that share the role women have played at Notre Dame in the past and present and consider ways we may continue our vital calling of becoming an ever more inclusive community in the future. Fr. Ted’s voice, photos and words will be included.  We’ll have speakers representing the decades — from the 1970’s until today!

Carolyn Short ’77, ’80(Law) is a former resident of Badin Hall. Carolyn  was an English major as an undergraduate and came to Notre Dame from Edina, MN. She currently resides in Philadelphia, PA and is a partner at the law firm of Holland & Knight and Head of their Philadelphia Regional Litigation division. She speaks as part of the Alumni Association’s Fr. Ted Said…Speaker Series during Reunion 2022. The series offers thought-provoking talks by ND faculty and alumni that explore the world’s most pressing problems and honor the legacy of Fr. Hesburgh.

Other Reunion 2022 Fr. Ted Said Speakers:

For more information about Golden Is Thy Fame and the celebration of 50 years of undergraduate coeducation at Notre Dame, please visit 50goldenyears.nd.edu. For information about future Reunions please visit reunion.nd.edu.

June 4, 2022

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